Kroger: $3 MONEYMAKER on Scrubbing Bubbles Vanish Drop-ins!

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scrub-krogWow! We have a nice freebie on Scrubbing Bubbles Vanish Drop-ins at Kroger. They are free with the Mega Sale and a newspaper coupon. But it gets better!!! These are a confirmed inclusion in the SC Johnson Catalina that is printing right now at Kroger. Through 9/4, you will get a $1 Catalina for buying two, $2 Catalina for buying three or $3 Catalina for buying four SC Johnson products (Shout, Pledge, Fantastik, Scrubbing Bubbles or Windex.) Check out this amazing deal…

At Kroger Mega Sale:
BUY FOUR SCRUBBING BUBBLES VANISH CONTINUOUS CLEAN DROP-INS 3 CT, on sale $0.99 when you buy five participating items through 9/6
Get a $3 Catalina for buying four select SC Johnson Cleaning products through 9/4
Use four $1/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Product coupon, 7/24 SS insert (exp 9/4)
Price at Register: $0, but get $3 Catalina

Thanks and photo credit, Kroger Krazy.

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  1. Why would the $1.00 off coupon work in this deal for a .99 item that’s part of the mega sale when the $1.00 off Pepperidge Farm coupon wouldn’t work with the .99 cent Goldfish snacks that are also part of the buy 5 mega sale? In each case, the coupon value exceeds the item price and I thought that Kroger didn’t take coupons in excess of the selling price of an item. Please explain. thanks.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Nope, that’s not it. The $1/1 Goldfish coupon is a Kroger digital coupon. It doesn’t come off as it should and you have no proof to the cashier that it should because the coupon is not a paper coupon. These two situations are apples and oranges.